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A pre-recorded streaming VIDEO replay of one session from the April 2014 live seminar, 30th Annual Advanced Family Law Seminar.
In this presentation, Minnesota Cooperative Practice practitioner Nancy Zalusky Berg will provide an overview of the basics of Cooperative Law. Cooperative Law is a flexible, confidential process in which the parties work together to reach a settlement of all issues with the active assistance of their attorneys by using a variety of techniques and strategies. While clients agree to cooperate to reach a fair resolution, each attorney remains committed to representing his or her client’s interests and may use the court system, if necessary, to do so. Topics include how to obtain relevant information along with the use of various negotiation models and dispute-resolution mechanisms.
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Government Attorney? Receive a 50% discount on this and most seminars, and a 30% discount on publications. New Virginia Lawyer? (less than three years) Receive a 25% discount on this and most seminars and publications.
Nancy Zalusky Berg, Walling, Berg & Debele / Minneapolis, MN
30th Annual Advanced Family Law Seminar Materials - SALE!
Panel of Judges: Advice Regarding Attorney Fee Requests, Guardians Ad Litem, and Other Hot Topics of the Day (from Advanced Family Law 2014) (Online Seminar)
Ethical Considerations Associated with ADR, Mediation, Cooperative Divorce, and Other Family Issues (from Advanced Family Law 2014) (Online Seminar)
Presenting Your Attorney Fees Request Case (from Advanced Family Law 2014) (Online Seminar)